Category Archives: aeks Portfolio

Reflective-aeks123

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. I have shown perseverance and openness in developing ideas, especially in my research paper, … Continue reading

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Bibliography—aeks123

From Earning to Learning Spencer, Kyle. “Standards-Based Grading.” Education Digest 78.3 (2012): 4-10. Education Full Text (H.W. Wilson). Web. 20 Feb. 2017. Background: The standards-based grading system is a system in which only mastery in course subjects is measured. This method … Continue reading

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Research Argument-aeks123

From Earning to Learning The purposes of grades in education systems is to measure how well students are learning by creating motivation for students. If we take a closer look, grades can have the opposite effect on both of their … Continue reading

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Rebuttal-aeks123

Where’s the Effort? P1. Even though the idea of completely getting rid of a traditional grading system may sound good, it leaves a very valid concern for us to consider. Any new system must encourage effort without grading for effort. As … Continue reading

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Definition Argument-aeks123

Exploring the Purpose of Grades P1. The purposes of grades in education systems is to measure how well students are learning by creating motivation for students. If we take a closer look, grades can have the opposite effect on both … Continue reading

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Visual Rhetoric-aeks123

00:01 In the very beginning, one man opens a garage door to let himself and a workout partner into a gym of some sort. The man who opened the door seems to be the top performer, and the center of our … Continue reading

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